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Your loved one has developed an appetite for peanut butter and avocado sandwiches and yesterday she said ‘compactum’ for the first time.

There’s something going on all right. Even if her tummy is still flat, you can feel a sea change in the atmosphere at home, and you are either going to ride this wave or land up gasping in a heap on the shore.

If you’re reading this you’re planning to be an involved dad. Right?

There’s more than one way to be a great dad, even from the moment that sperm swims its way into the embrace of the egg.

Which one of these sounds like you?





Muesli-and-sandals dad

You see this new life as a gift from the universe, and you will send this little soul the right vibes from day one.
You'll say: ‘Lie down darling, and I will massage your perineum with almond oil. Where did I put that whale sounds CD now?’

Are you Muesli-and-sandals dad?

Pater Familias

‘No wife of mine will work when she’s pregnant. A man’s job is to provide for his family.’

Are you the Pater Familias?

  • Daddy Do-Right
‘Miriam Stoppard seems to think you should rest more in the last trimester, sweetheart. And Penelope Leach doesn’t recommend working too close to your due date.’

Are you Daddy Do-Right?

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  You're the man of the house, and you will adore your baby. In a manly way.
You'll say: ‘No wife of mine will work when she’s pregnant. A man’s job is to provide for his family.’

Are you the Pater Familias?

Daddy Do-Right
You are an expert on pregnancy, in fact you're an expert on babies too. Ask you anything.
You'll say: ‘Miriam Stoppard seems to think you should rest more in the last trimester, sweetheart. And Penelope Leach doesn’t recommend working too close to your due date.’

Are you Daddy Do-Right?


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What is the trickiest thing about your partner’s pregnancy?

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